Definition

Modified prior-approval law

Modified prior-approval law is a state rating law where rate changes are based solely on loss experience; the rates must be fi led with the state insurance department and can be used immediately. However, if the rate change is based on a change in rate classification or expense relationship, prior approval of the rates is necessary.

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